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Lying on a beautiful, long stretch of private beach, this tropical resort is situated in 400-lush acres of an 18th-century sugar plantation. There’s a large main swimming pool, but everyone (kids especially) loves the Sugar Mill Falls Waterpark, which is the largest in Jamaica. Why not grab a tube and float down the ‘lazy river’ or try one of the slides. Water sports are available on the sparkling Caribbean Sea. There’s also a daily kids' club, leaving you with time to recharge in the full-service spa*, or why not try out the Championship golf course*, tennis and the popular aerobics classes. A variety of restaurant options with fine dining and sophisticated wine lists are on-site. The most romantic restaurant is the Three Palms, up on the hillside looking down over the hotel and the sea beyond.
Beachfront, on the edge of Montego Bay. Transfer time from Montego Bay airport: 15 min.Larger Map
489 rooms on 7 floors in 2 buildings with 4 lifts. All with private balcony, small fridge, air-conditioning, cable TV, tea/coffee-making facilities, safety deposit boxes, iron and board and hairdryer. Resort View Rooms with views of the resort, 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.
Partial Ocean View Rooms offer pool and ocean views on the lower floors and partial ocean and mountain views on the higher floors, sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.
Ocean Front Rooms offer great sea views from your balcony, sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.
Caribbean Suites are contemporary suites featuring a separate bedroom, sitting and dining area and balcony with stunning Caribbean sea views, sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.
Three Palms fine dining restaurant serving traditional Jamaican dishes (reservations are required). Luna di Mare Italian fine dining restaurant (reservations are required). Fresh restaurant, marketplace-style restaurant with action stations, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mangoes Bar & Grill a casual lunch restaurant beside the Sugar Mill Falls Waterpark. Seaside Bar and Grill, serving casual Jamaican fare in a beachside setting, swim-up pool bar. Cricket Club, a place to go for drinks, dancing and a nightcap. Bar King Frog has amazing, elevated views of the ocean, award-winning cocktails, big screen TV and late night snacks.
Swimming pool and separate Sugar Mill Falls Water Park with 2 water slides (min height 4ft), lazy river and swim-up bar. Private beach. Tennis (equipment rental available*), volleyball, aerobics, fitness centre, non-motorised water sports (motorised*). Full-service spa* offering body treatments, massage, facial treatments, nail and hair services. Daily supervised kids’ club for ages 4-12 years. Teen Zone (13-17 years). On-site par-72 Championship golf course*.
Nightly live entertainment with a diversity of shows and theme nights.
Room service*, beauty parlour*. free standard bandwidth WIFI Internet access everywhere in the hotel. Internet café*. Gift shop. Shopping arcade next door.
*Denotes local charge.
Child age is up to and including 12 years.
Guest’s can pay $5 dollars per day (payable locally, subject to change) to gain extensive bandwidth WiFi Internet access.
All meals and snacks. All local-brand drinks by the glass. All activities and entertainment (excluding golf and motorised water sports) unless otherwise stated.
Min stay 3 nights except 21 Dec '15-03 Jan '16 when it is 7.
Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page
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Nice, large resort. Lots of food options - I found the Jamaican options to be the best tasting. Themed dinner buffet nightly. Service is good but slow - it is Jamaica after all. Renovated rooms... Read more were nice - showers/tubs were old. Nightly entertainment was good! The lazy river is great in the morning or late afternoon - less kids. Read less
The main reason we chose this hotel was that they offered a golf package. We were able to play two different courses with high quality. The combination of excellent services at the hotel and at the... Read more golf courses made this trip a total success. We will for sure be back next year. Read less
Just arrived home from Hilton Rose Hall (much to my disgust) lol.spent the last 2weeks here.I cannot find any fault with this hotel.from the waiters/waitresses, room maids, entertainment... Read more Just arrived home from Hilton Rose Hall (much to my disgust) lol....spent the last 2weeks here....I cannot find any fault with this hotel....from the waiters/waitresses, room maids, entertainment, etc etc....I must make a special mention to Devroy and Shanta, the fresh restaurant servers, everyday a smile, welcome and wonderful attitude, not that anyone else didnt but these two made me smile everyday....i hope to make a visit again in the near future..dont think I would like to try another hotel...stick to whats best !!! 10/10 to all of you :) Read less
It was wonderful. Massage spa Tanya and Avalyn fantastic ladies. The food was great Denny at the Fresh was awesome service. Lifeguards Dwight Derron and Rollin gentlemen to the end. These genrlemen... Read more could save my life anytime. Front desk Lady Chanel doing the dam thing. Conseiger Bret Lee thanks for making my sister's birthday special on short notice. Fantastic Read less
The resort is nicely kept and the food is wonderful, jerk pork beef patties you name it, weather perfect. Not a bad thing to say, the water park was a lot if fun, if there was one thing I hope they... Read more work on is the beach, it is small, I hope they do extend it as a long beach walk is what you really want in a Jamaican holiday. Oh one more thing if the admins are reading this, having dual citizenship one being Jamaican please offer something other than Smuckers jam in the buffet at breakfast, I had to go into town to the market and buy Guava jelly for my toast. I come to Jamaica for the experience and the food and to get away from the typical North American palate. Read less